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Enrico Caruso: "Pour un baiser" (For a kiss) by Francesco Tosti. Recorded November 6, 1909 in Camden, NJ. Matrix #B8343. Victor 87042.
Topics: Caruso, Tosti
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Enrico Caruso. M'appari Tutt'amore (Like a Dream) from act III of Marta by Friedrich von Flotow. Recorded February 11, 1906. Victor catalog No. 88001.
Topics: Caruso, Flotow, M'appari
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Enrico Caruso. "Magiche note" from Act III of La Regina di Saba by Karl Goldmark. Recorded Sunday, November 7, 1909 in Camden, New Jersey. Matrix #B 6062. Victor 87041.
Topics: Caruso, Magiche, Regina, Goldmark
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by Enrico Caruso
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Enrico Caruso - Amor Mio (My Love) by Vincenzo Ricciardi. Recorded January 21, 1914. Victor 87176. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Amor, Mio
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Enrico Caruso. Mia Sposa Sara la Mia Bandiera (My Bride Shall be My Flag) by Augusto Ritoli. Recorded February 23, 1916. Victor catalog #88555.
Topics: Caruso, Ritoli, Sposa
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Enrico Caruso. Hantise D'amour by J. Szule. Recorded December 10, 1914. Victor catalog 87211.
Topics: Caruso, Szule, Hantise
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Enrico Caruso. Mattinata (Morning Song) by Ruggerio Leoncavallo. (The composer at the piano.) This is the first piece of music specifically written for the gramophone. Recorded in Milan on April 8, 1904. G&T #52034.
Topics: Caruso, Leoncavallo, Mattinata
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Enrico Caruso. "Inspirez-moi, race divine" from Act II of La Reine de Saba by Charles Gounod. This was reportedly a favorite of Caruso and it gets a good recording here. Recorded in Camden, NJ on February 5, 1916. Matrix #C 17125-2. Victor 88552.
Topics: Caruso, Gounod, Saba, Inspirez
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Enrico Caruso. Ingemisco from Verdi's Requiem. Recorded in 1915. Victor 88514.
Topics: Ingemisco, Caruso, Verdi
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Enrico Caruso. Ideale (My Ideal)by Paolo Tosti. Victor 88049 12 (1921 catalog). Recorded December 30, 1906.
Topics: Ideale, Caruso, Tosti, Varney
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by Enrico Caruso
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Adorables Tourments (Love's Teasing) by Richard Barthelemy and Enrico Caruso. Performed by Enrico Caruso. Recorded in 1908. Victor 88115 (from 1921 Victor catalog)Restoration by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Barthelemy, Adorables
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Fenesta che lucive (The Shining Window). Enrico Caruso, tenor. Anonymous traditional Neopolitan song. Recorded April 10, 1913 in New York City. Victor 88439, matrix #C 13107-2. Transferred and restored from the original issue, one-sided 12" disc. Restoration by Bob Varney.
Topics: Fenesta, Caruso, Victor
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Enrico Caruso. Un bacio ancora (Still a kiss) by Rocco Trimarchi. Introduction by Caruso, pianist is unknown. Recorded in Milan on Saturday, March 15, 1902. One of 7 Zonofono releases predating the famous G&T recordings of April, 1902. Zonofono X1550.
Topics: Caruso, Trimarchi, bacio, Zonofono
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Enrico Caruso. Nell'ore Arcane Della Sua Lussuria from Act II of Otello by Guiseppe Verdi. Recorded December 28, 1910.
Topics: Caruso, Verdi, Otello
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Enrico Caruso. Qui sotto il ciel. From Act 1 of Les Huguenots by Giacomo Meyerbeer. This is one of three initial recording by Caruso. Recorded in 1901 by the Anglo-Italian Commerce Company (AICC). Released first on cylinder as AICC 84006.
Topics: Caruso, Huguenots, Meyerbeer
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Enrico Caruso. "Magiche Note" from Act II of Die Konigin von Saba (The Queen of Sheba) by Karl Goldmark. Recorded November 7, 1909. Matrix:B-6062-1. Victor catalog No. 87041.
Topics: Caruso, Goldmark, Sheba, Saba
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by Enrico Caruso
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From Les Huguenots, by Giacomo Meyerbeer. Act 1. Recorded in 1909.
Topics: Caruso, Les Huguenots, Meyerbeer
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Enrico Caruso and Antonio Scotti. Amore O Grillo from Act I of Madama Butterfly by G. Puccini. Recorded March 14, 1910. Victor 89043. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Scotti, Puccini, Amore
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Caruso: O Lola ch'ai di latti la cammisa (Siciliana) from Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni. Recorded February 1, 1904 in New York City. Pianist unknown. Matrix #B 1000. Victor 81030. (Caruso recorded this again in 1910.)Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Lola, Mascagni, Rusticana
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by Jean-Baptiste Faure
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Caruso: Les Rameaux (The Palms) by Jean-Baptiste Faure. Recorded December 15, 1913.Caruso recorded this three times; one was never issued, the 1914 recording was issued as Victor 88459, and this one was held back and finally issued as RCA 14744 with La Procession on the flip side. Gaetano Scognamiglio conducting the orchestra. Matrix#C-14201-2. RCA 14744. Transfer by Bob Varney.
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Topics: Caruso, Faure, Rameaux
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Enrico Caruso. The Lost Chord. Poem by Adelaide Proctor set to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Recorded April 29, 1912 and then performed again that night at the Metropolitan Opera House as part of a benefit concert for the families of victims of the Titanic disaster. Victor Cat. No.6023.
Topics: Caruso, Sullivan, Proctor, Chord
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Enrico Caruso with Louise Homer. Mai Reggendo All'Aspro from Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi. Recorded December 29, 1910. Victor catalog #89049.
Topics: Caruso, Homer, Trovatore, Verdi
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Enrico Caruso. La donna e mobile by Verdi. From Rigoletto. Recorded February 1, 1904. Victor catalog 81029.
Topics: Caruso, Verdi, Rigoletto, Mobile
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Enrico Caruso: "Gia i sacerdoti adunansi", from Aida by G.Verdi. With Louise Homer. Recorded December 29, 1910. Matrix C-9748-1/49-1 Victor Cat. #89050/51.
Topics: Caruso, Verdi, Homer, Aida
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Enrico Caruso. Luna D'estate (Summer Moon) by Ricardo Mazzola & Francesco Paolo Tosti. Recorded February 5, 1916. Victor catalog #87242.
Topics: Caruso, Luna, Mazzola, Tosti
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Enrico Caruso. "Ai nostri monti" (Home to our mountains) from Il Trovatore by Verdi. With Ernestine Schumann-Heink. Recorded January 17, 1913. Matrix C-12804-2. Victor Cat.#89060.
Topics: Caruso, Heink, Verdi, Trovatore
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Addio Dolce Svegliare Alla Mattina. Enrico Caruso, tenor. From act III of La Boheme by Puccini. Other performers include Farrar, Ciaparelli, and Scotti. Recorded March 10,1908 in New York City. Originally issued as Victor 96002. Matrix # C 6025. Restoration by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Puccini, Addio Dolce
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Enrico Caruso. Chiuudi gli Occhi by Massenet. From Manon, Act II. Recorded in 1902.
Topics: Caruso, Massenet, Chiudi
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Enrico Caruso (with Francis J. Lapitano). Guardanno 'A Luna by Vincenzo De Crescenzo. Recorded April 10, 1913 in New York City. Victor catalog # 87162. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Guardanno, Lapitano
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Enrico Caruso. For You Alone by P.J.Reilly and Henry Geehl. Recorded in 1910. Victor #87070.
Topics: Caruso, Reilly, Geehl
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Enrico Caruso. "Com'e Gentil" from Don Pasquale by Donizetti. Recorded February 27, 1905. Pianist unknown. Matrix # C 2340. Victor 85048.
Topics: Caruso, Pasquale, Donizetti, Gentil
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Enrico Caruso. Lolita (Spanish Serenade) by Arturo Buzzi-Peccia. Recorded in March 1908. Victor Cat. #88120.
Topics: Caruso, Lolita, Buzzi
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Enrico Caruso. La Mia Canzone (My Song to Thee) by Francesco Paolo Tosti. Recorded January 7, 1915. Victor #87217.
Topics: Caruso, Tosti, Canzone
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Enrico Caruso. Musica Proibita by Stanislao Gastaldon from his opera Mala Pasqua!. Based on the same short story as Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana, but it's Mascagni's opera that remains popular today. Recorded in 1917. Victor #88586.
Topics: Caruso, Proibita, Gastaldon
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Enrico Caruso. Celeste Aida from Act I of Aida by G. Verdi. Recorded in 1908. (Caruso recorded this at least three times.) From Victrola 88127. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Aida, Verdi, Celeste
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Enrico Caruso: Vieni Qui...No, Non Chiunder Gli Occhi. From Act I of Germania by Alberto Franchetti. This is the third and last recording of this piece by Caruso. Recorded in New York on Monday, March 14, 1910. Victor 87054.
Topics: Caruso, Germania, Franchetti
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Enrico Caruso. "Angelo Casto e Bel" from Il Duca d'Alba by Donizetti. Recorded on January 7, 1915. Matrix #C 15572-2. Victor #88516.
Topics: Caruso, Angelo, Donizetti
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Enrico Caruso. Tu non mio vuoi piu ben (You don't want me much any more) music by Antonio Pini-Corsi and lyrics by F. Carbonetti. This is the first recording by Caruso to be released. Recorded in 1901 by the Anglo-Italian Commerce Company (AICC). Released first on cylinder as AICC 84003.
Topics: Caruso, Corsi, Carbonetti
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Caruso: O merveille!...A moi les plaisirs from Act I of Faust by Charles Gounod. Accompanied by Marcel Journet. Recorded January 16, 1910 in New York City. Matrix No. C 8555-2. (C 8555-1 was held and never issued.) Originally issued as Victor 89039. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Merveille, Faust, Gounod
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Enrico Caruso. A Dream by James Carroll Bartlett. One of Caruso's few recordings in English. Recorded in 1920. Victor 87321.
Topics: Caruso, Bartlett, Dream
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Enrico Caruso: E lucevan le stelle (And the stars were shining). The romanza of Mario Cavaradossi in the 3rd act of Tosca, by Giacomo Puccini. This is one of the first recording by Caruso to be released. Recorded in 1901 by the Anglo-Italian Commerce Company (AICC). Released first on cylinder as AICC 84004.
Topics: Caruso, Puccini, Tosca
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Enrico Caruso. "Lasciati Amar" (Yearning for You) by Ruggerio Leoncavallo. Recorded on April 10, 1913. Matrix#B 13104-2. Victor #87161. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Amar, Lasciati, Leoncavallo
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Enrico Caruso accompanied by Salvatore Cottone. Mi Par D'udir Ancora from act I of The Pearl Fishers by Georges Bizet. Recorded in Milan, April 8, 1904.
Topics: Caruso, Bizet, Ancora
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Enrico Caruso with Johanna Gadski. La Fatal Pietra from the final act of Aida by Verdi. Recorded November 6, 1909. Victor catalog 89028.
Topics: Caruso, Gadski, Verdi, Aida
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Enrico Caruso with Salvatore Cattone, piano. Luna Fedel by Redento Zardo. Recorded December 1, 1902. This is one of Caruso's first recordings. Matrix #2882, G&T catalog: 52442.
Topics: Caruso, Fedel, Zardo
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Enrico Caruso - Vesti La Giubba from I Pagliacci by Leoncavallo. Recorded March 17, 1907. This is the version with orchestral accompaniment and was the third recording of this piece by Caruso. From Victor 88061. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Pagliacci, Leoncavallo, 78
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Enrico Caruso with Antonio Scotto. Non ve l'avevo detto from Madama Butterfly by Puccini. Recorded March 14, 1910. Victor Catalog #89047.
Topics: Caruso, Scotto, Butterfly, Puccini
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Enrico Caruso. Il fior che avevi a me dato from act II of Carmen by Georges Bizet. Recorded February 27, 1905. Victor # 88209.
Topics: Caruso, Carmen, Bizet
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Enrico Caruso. Manella Mia by Vincenzo Valente. Recorded January 21, 1914. Victor catalog 88465.
Topics: Caruso, Valente, Manella
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Enrico Caruso. Pourquoi? Lyrics by Lev Mei. Music by Peter Tchaikovsky. Recorded in New York City on November 3, 1916. Matrix #B 18656-3. Victor 87271.
Topics: Caruso, Tchaikovsky, Pourquoi
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Enrico Caruso. Ombra mai fu (Never has there been a shade) from Xerxes by Frederic Handel. The original recording (Victor 88617) had Caruso accompanied by Francis Lapitino on harp. This RCA/HMV version from the 1930's has Lapitino removed and replaced by Herbert Dawson on organ.
Topics: Caruso, Handel, Xerxes
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Enrico Caruso. La Fleur Que Tu M'Vais Jetee (The Flower Song) from Carmen by Georges Bizet. Recorded November 26, 1911. Caruso recorded this multiple times, including at least once in Italian. Victor catalog No. 88208.
Topics: Caruso, Bizet, Carmen, La Fleur
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Enrico Caruso. Luna Fedel (Faithful Moon) by Redento Zardo. Accompanist not identified. Recorded in Milan on March 15, 1902. These Zonofono recordings came a month before the famous G&T recordings in April of that year. Zonofono X1551.
Topics: Caruso, Fedel, Luna, Zardo, Zonofono
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Enrico Caruso. The Lost Chord. Poem by Adelaide Proctor set to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Originally recorded April 29, 1912 with orchestral accompaniment but this recording is a 1933 electrical re-creation by RCA/HMV with an electrically recorded organ substituted for the orchestra. Herbert Dawson at the keyboards with his part recorded on November 3, 1933 in Kingsway Hall, London. Think what you may of this, but it's an interesting bit of recording history. RCA Victor No. 8806.
Topics: Caruso, Sullivan, Proctor, Titanic, Chord
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Caruso: Deserto in Terra from Dom Sebastien, Roi de Portugal by Donizetti. Recorded January 10, 1908 in New York. Matrix #C-5008-1. Originally issued as Victor 88106. Note that a second take (Matrix # C-5008-2) was held back and not released until 1948 on RCA 15-1037. It is almost a full minute shorter than this recording. Transferred and restored by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Deserto, Terra, Sebastien, Donizetti
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From act IV of Macbeth by Verdi. Recorded in 1916. Number 88558 from the 1921 Victor catalog.
Topics: Caruso, Macbeth, Verdi, La Paterna
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Caruso: Deserto in Terra from Dom Sebastien, Roi de Portugal by Donizetti. Recorded January 10, 1908 in New York. Matrix #C-5008-2. Caruso recorded two takes of this piece in this session. The first take was issued as Victor 88106. This, the second, was held back and not released until 1948 on RCA 15-1037. Note that it is almost a full minute shorter than the first take. Transferred and restored by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Deserto, Terra, Sebastien, Donizetti
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Enrico Caruso with Johanna Gadski. O terra addio, the final scene from Verdi's Aida.Recorded November 6, 1909. Victor catalog 89029.
Topics: Caruso, Gadski, Verdi, Aida, Addio
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Enrico Caruso with Geraldine Farrar. "Mon coeur est penetre d'epouvante" ( My heart is torn with grief), from Faust, Act V by Charles Gounod. Recorded in 1910. Victor catalog #89033.
Topics: Caruso, Farrar, Coeur, Gounod, Faust
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Serenata for Voice & Orchestra (Memories of a Concert) by C.A. Bracco. Enrico Caruso, tenor. (Caruso is given a credit for composition on the label.) C.A. Bracco was a mandolinist, violinist, composer and conductor. He was best known for his works for the mandolin. Josef Pasternack conducts the orchestra here in this aucustic recording made on September 11, 1919 in Camden, NJ. Transferred from the original Victrola 12", one-sided 78 88628 by Bob Varney.  
Topics: Caruso, Bracco, Victrola, Serenata, 78
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Enrico Caruso. "Je Crois Entendre Encore" (I Hear as in a Dream) from Act I of Percheurs de Perles (The Pearl Fishers) by Georges Bizet. Recorded in 1916. Victor #88580.
Topics: Caruso, Bizet, Perles, Crois, Entendre
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Enrico Caruso. Mama Mia, Che Vo' Sape, a Neopolitan song by Emanuele Nutile and Ferdinando Russo. Recorded in 1910. Victor No.88206.
Topics: Caruso, Mama Mia, Nutile, Russo
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by Enrico Caruso
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Ave Maria. Composed by Percival Benedict Kahn. Enrico Caruso, tenor. Mischa Elman, violin. Recorded March 20, 1913 in New York City. Victor 89065. Matrix # C13004-1. Transferred and restored from the original 12" single-sided disc by Bob Varney.
Topics: Ave Maria, Caruso, Kahn, Victor, Elman
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From Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni. Enrico Caruso, tenor. Recorded December 15, 1913 in New York City. Victor 88458. Matrix # C 14202-2. Restoration by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Mascagni, Addio Alla Madre, Cavalleria Rusticana
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Enrico Caruso. "Il se fait tard" from Faust, Act III by Charles Francois Gounod. With Geraldine Farrar, soprano. Recorded in 1910.
Topics: Caruso, Gounod, fait, tard, Farrar, Faust
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Enrico Caruso. Ah, si ben mio (The vows we fondly plighted) from Act III of Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi. Number 88121 from the 1921 Victor catalog. Transfer by Bob Varney.
Topics: Caruso, Ah, si ben mio, Verdi
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